Guests are Changing Rooms' Anna Ryder Richardson and Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz. Ex-Popstar Claire Freeman sings her debut single, Free, 13-year-old Kaci performs Tu Amor, and Wheatus appear live in the studio. Plus The Wild Thornberrys, Rugrats, Roswell Conspiracies and Sweet Valley High. With Sarah Cawood, Heather Suttie, Ortis and Trey Farley.
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Featuring the Wimbledon ladies' singles final, introduced by Sue Barker.
12.30 Athletics Focus
Roger Black previews next month's world championships, in Canada.
1.00 British Superbikes
Coverage of round six, from Thruxton.
1.30 Wimbledon 2001
Live coverage of the ladies' singles final, as the fortnight-long competition has whittled the 128-strong field down to two.
Executive producer Dave Gordon
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Jim Davidson hosts the snooker game show where top players compete against the clock to win prizes for the contestants. Joining referee John "Trick Shot" Virgo this week are guest professionals Dominic Dale , Stephen Lee and Lee Richardson.
Ian Wright presents another edition of the boys-against- girls game show in which friendships are tested to the limit as two teams of pals take part in a set of nerve-jangling challenges with a dream holiday at stake. Producers lain Hollands and Samantha Hornick
Repeated on Monday at 9pm on BBC Choice
Philip Schofield hosts the show in which 49 contestants compete in a quick-fire quiz to win a round-the-world trip. The winner goes through to the next edition of Winning Lines, on Wednesday at 8.20pm, where they play for cash to take on their holiday. Viewers have the opportunity to be on next week's show by matching the last six digits of their phone number with those generated on screen. Also includes the Thunderball, Lottery and Lottery Extra draws.
Director Patricia Mordecai ; Producer Jane O'Brien
Continuing a rerun of the comedy with an episode from 1994. Window and the Weather. After an encounter with a large tree in a storm, St Barnabus's church is in need of a new stained glass window, just like the old one.
Written by Richard Curtis
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer Jon Plowman
Followed by The National Lottery Update
Political comedy drama. As the race for the presidential nomination hots up, aspiring Democratic candidate Jack Stanton finds that rumours of his womanising past are threatening to scupper his campaign.
Director Mike Nichols (1998.15) Film of the week: page 37
Governor Jack Stanton:
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Continuing the repeat run of the satirical comedy-sketch series, starring Hugh Dennis , Pauline McLynn , Mackenzie Crook and Mina Anwar , with Debra Stevenson and Ricky Grover. Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Gareth Edwards
Thriller. A young mother, separated from her alcoholic husband, falls in love with a hospital doctor. However, she soon realises that her life is in danger. Review page 39.
Director Strathford Hamilton (1993, 15)
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